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Short Take: Radnet ships new version of its groupware

Web-based groupware developer Radnet has started shipping WebShare 2.0, about six weeks behind schedule. The company said the second generation of its groupware was delayed to allow for some fine-tuning. The server will also cost more than originally announced. WebShare Server pricing now starts at $2,995, compared to the original $2,195 price. Discount rates are available through mid-June. The WebShare Designer site-building tool costs $995, or $295 for an upgrade if purchased before June 19th.

Web-based groupware developer Radnet has started shipping WebShare 2.0, about six weeks behind schedule. The company said the second generation of its groupware was delayed to allow for some fine-tuning. The server will also cost more than originally announced. WebShare Server pricing now starts at $2,995, compared to the original $2,195 price. Discount rates are available through mid-June. The WebShare Designer site-building tool costs $995, or $295 for an upgrade if purchased before June 19th.

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